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Old 05-08-2006, 06:15 AM   #1
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I have been looking for a copy of the Hydraulic Power Leveler's and KG Rear Vision (TK6012) manuals. Anyone have a PDF version?

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Old 05-08-2006, 07:14 AM   #2
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I have been looking for a copy of the Hydraulic Power Leveler's and KG Rear Vision (TK6012) manuals. Anyone have a PDF version?

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Greg,
Since you didn't mention the model or version info for the HPL, I'm inclouding the website for you to check against. My neighbor, who has the exact same model and, year isn't around..Otherwise, I would have called them to find out what it is that you have..
Try this site:
http://www.hwh.com/after-market.html
As far as KG is concerned, they do have a number you can call for TECH SUPPORT..
1-800-933-0543
Also, this link has a wealth of info for you..
http://www.rearviewsystems.com/
Until I can get in touch with my neighbor...I'll check with him and, see what they have that might be useful to you..
ciao
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Thanks for the response. I can not find any specific's on the levelers control panel, so starting blind relative to any model #.

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Thanks for the response. I can not find any specific's on the levelers control panel, so starting blind relative to any model #.

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My '89 370 has leveler that were produced by Carefree of Colorado. It's a semi-automatic set with a control panel that has a knob you turn to whichever jack you want to raise or lower, and lights that turn red or green depending on whether you are retracted. There's also a toggle switch for actually lowering and raising the stabilizers. Let me know if you can find anything that would indicate that's what you have. I have the manuals, but I don't really know how to convert things to PDF. Let me know if I can help.
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Tim:

Thanks for the reply. I am currently out of state, but will try to photograph the control panel when I am home. My unit has individual joysticks for each of the (4) jacks, with green light in the retracted position (at least on 2 of the 4) and red ligths when extended.

Any thoughs on the hydraulic fluid spec and tank location?

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Thanks for the reply. I am currently out of state, but will try to photograph the control panel when I am home. My unit has individual joysticks for each of the (4) jacks, with green light in the retracted position (at least on 2 of the 4) and red ligths when extended.

Any thoughs on the hydraulic fluid spec and tank location?

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Greg,

My hydraulic fluid calls for 5W motor oil, 5W hydraulic fluid, or Dextron transmission fluid, but they shouldn't be mixed . I had to check the color to determine I had the Dextron (red) fluid. So that's what I've added. My unit is called a RAM 100 Hydraulic Leveler by Carefree of Colorado. The control panel has one light for each of the 4 stabilizers, a rotating dial switch to select which stabilizer I am activating/retracting, and a single toggle switch to either extend or retract whichever jack I've chosen with the dial switch. It also has a key to turn the system on and off. If you discover you have that system, I have all the manuals I could scan and send you by PM. By the way, my reservoir is located just behind the front bumper. I actually have to go outside the coach and reach between the grill and the bumper to remove the fill dip stick, and to add fluid. It looks like a tank laid sideways with a dip stick at one end on the top side, sort of like the oil stick on a push type lawn mower. Hope this helps some.

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